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after leaving so much damage in its path. sam is in gulfport, florida, where he has been tracking the very latest for us. good morning, sam. >> hey, good morning, robin. good morning, josh, and this is a perfect example, first a storm of the season shows you don't have to be on the coastline to be a little concerned about tropical systems. check out the damage in gulfport. this is just one of the restaurants that was damaged. a powerful enough tornado, andrea, to drop down a 200-year-old cedar tree and throw it into that restaurant so inland areas in the storm with the heavy rain, tornados, a real problem. this is just day one. more of andrea ahead. this dramatic surveillance video shows how even a tropical storm can produce major trouble. one of andrea's tornadoes ripping through this gulfport, florida, restaurant. >> this happened while we were closed, thank goodness. nobody was injured. >> reporter: winds of at least 65 miles an hour sending residents scrambling across the sunshine state. one reported tornado going through loxahatchee. >> this comes through a block wide and doe
tornado ripped through gulfport. disaster was averted when the owner of this restaurant close the eatery prior to the storm. a huge tree landed on top of the restaurant. >> thank god he did that. blastedpected twister through parts of palm beach county. one twin and then another and fled to a closet. andrea's next target, georgia and the carolinas. and then it is on to our region. this arlington resident says she is not concerned, she is repaired and staying indoors. -- prepared and staying indoors. hour, no reports of serious injuries. >> we invite you to stay with our news for complete storm watch coverage. for instant updates, log onto wjla.com. a big problem for the nationals. has not recovered from a knee injury as expected. tim brant is here with what could be a huge setback for the nationals. >> without a doubt. the knee is still swollen and has not responded to treatment. harperrustrating bryce to no wind. -- no end. has not played since may 26. he hurt his knee may 13 when he crashed into the right-field mo -- right-field wall. he was hit by a ball. the structure of the knee see
. justo antes de las 10:30 de la manana... un tornado tocÓ tierra al sur de la avenida 22/// en gulfport, tumbando ramas de un Árbol sobre el techo de un negocio... en el a Área de myakka city en el condado manatee. se reportaron algunos daÑos a propiedades y varias lÍneas del tendido elÉctrico cayeron al piso.r eportes apuntan a que un caballo que estaba en un establo en el Área de myakka resultÓ herido de gravedad y fue necesario ponerlo a dormir como resultado de sus lesiones. a proposito de las tormentas e inclemencias del tiempo, aquellos que atienden a una de estas emergencias son los rescatistas que ademas lidear con el peligro deben tambien son seres humano, compasivos y que sufren un el estress sicologio y emocional osvaldo corral nos cuenta mas. son hombres y mujeres que todos los dias arriesgan sus vidas por salvar las de otros olvidandose de las propias. para lograrlo estan entrenados para ser vulnerables al dolor ageno al menos por un momento. "te imaginas que ustedes le hablen a los bomberos o a la policia (trim) y estas personas se ponen a llorar con ustedes? (trim)
. yesterday it hit parts of florida causing flooding in gulfport and other coastal cities. but that wasn't all. there were tornadoes in some areas including palm beach county, a total of 8 reported across the state but no reports of any injuries. >>> and right now at arlington national cemetery, burial services are under way for u.s. senator frank lautenberg of new jersey. he died on monday. he was the oldest member of the senate and its last veteran who served in world war ii. he was 89. >> raining there, as well. >>> 6:04 now. america's top spy is slamming the release of some information about the country's controversial surveillance program. national security director james clapper says reports about programs that collect telephone records, the release of those records could cause irreversiblable. the nsa and fbi are also tapping into the servers of 9 leading companies, google, youtube, apple, yahoo and facebook. >> what this program enables the national security agency to do is to reach directly into the servers of the largest internet companies in the world, things that virtually every hu
down trees in gulfport. andrea has also generated a half dozen tornadoes. david bernard is our chief meteorologist at cbs 4 in miami and our cbs news weather consultant. david, what's next? >> scott, this storm got strong. it was a significant tropical storm and still is at this hour. it crossed the florida coastline on the gulf coast within about the past hour or so. again, with those 65 mile per hour winds. it's moving northeast at 17. that means tonight and going into tomorrow that's going to track along the coastline near the carolinas and as we go into tomorrow night and early saturday it's going to turn into a remnant low but it's probably going produce a lot of rainfall. now, today across the state of florida we have seen lot of tornado reports in tampa, near the miami area and now several reports coming in from jacksonville. i think going forward the next 24 hours, it's the rain potential. look at this huge swath of rain from florida to new england. in fact, where you see that yellow area, that's two to fiveg it. david, thank you very much. we also have new information tonigh
. a suspected tornado ripped through parts of gulfport, florida outside of tampa. also there is a suspected twister that moved through areas of palm beach county, florida. the storm has lost some of its intensity as it makes its way up the coast. expect it to bring storm surges at the beaches, south carolina, north carolina and in georgia today. in our area, the story seems to be the rain. we should see some -- have pudding in the roadways as you're making your commute to work. make sure you use some caution on the road ways. >> thank you, jumei. stay with us for full storm watch coverage. >> also new this morning, investigation of a carjacking at a gas station on m street. >> jennifer joins with us more what has been a very active night in this investigation. >> georgetown university right over here and to my right, key bridge. this is the exxon at the foot of the key bridge. it occurred around 1:15 this morning. if you look at it over here, it is more dark. that's where this woman in a mercedes-benz pulled up. we're told by the employee inside the store, another car pulled up with three g
in a big way. storm caused flooding in gulfport and coastal cities down in florida. and clean-up has already begun in the sunshine state where the storm spawned several tornadoes. in fact, the gonzalez family was holed up in their palm beach county home as a twister moved right through their backyard. >> you could hear stuff hitting the house. >> florida has damage stretching from the gulf coast all the way to the atlantic. >>> just in from the labor department, the employment report for may. u.s. employers added 175,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate climbed to 7.6%. analysts had expected the rate to hold steady at 7.5%. and cbsmoneywatch reporter ashley morrison will join us in just a few minutes with a closer look at those numbers. >>> a cyber crime affecting bay area shoppers. grocery chain raley's says your personal information may be in the wrong hands. kpix 5 reporter sue kwon is in san pablo this morning with how hackers got through. >> reporter: good morning. i'm in san pablo at the raley's. the store opens in 20 minutes at 6:00 and the store has enhanced security
.f.x. we are getting reports of an accident southbound j.f.x. near gulfport -- guilford avenue and the city. it will turn into a jam up really soon. just prior to white marsh we are down to 32 miles per hour taking up the right lane. southbound 295 at the fort meade exit, watch for an accident. how to 12 miles per hour as a result. driveound 29 and shaker in howard county, watch for an accident. liberty road and old court road, and as you move into the city, cold spring and greenspring, delays in place due to a crash. the delays are going to be there for a wild, not only on the j.f.x., but the entire beltway on the north side and west side. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. ponding on the roads already from the rain overnight. look at all of this coming in from the south and now moving over richmond and already across maryland. just about everyone is seeing that at this point. tropical storm andrea will be moving northeast and losing tropical characteristics but still bringing moisture. it will move by us this evening and bring that rain and heavy winds. highs from 74 to 78, wins east
information from a spokesperson from pinilis county. a tornado was reported in gulfport, 25 miles south of clearwater. she told us the damage caused by this reported tornado was very minor, downed trees and power lines. no major issues there. conditions here at clearwater beach, fine. things are getting better. >> alina machado. >> coming up, conrad murray setting a message to paris jackson on the day she allegedly cut her wrists. it's a little strange. we will tell you about that. for bringing us together. angie's list -- reviews you can trust. grrrrreat outdoors, and a great deal. ahhh let's leave the deals to hotels.com. perfect! yep, and no angry bears. up to 30% off. only at hotels.com. thto fight chronic. osteoarthritis pain. to fight chronic low back pain. to take action. to take the next step. today, you will know you did something for your pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is a pain reliever fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pain. tell your doctor right away if your mood worsens, you have unusual ch
gulfport, florida. >>> all right, now, to prince harry wowing a crowd while flying his apache helicopter in an aerial display show this weekend. abc's lama hasan has the story for us this morning. [ playing the theme to "top gun" ] >> reporter: the prince is used to flying his apache chopper fighting the enemy on the front lines in afghanistan but he has never done anything like this before. >> this is a very complex maneuver. >> reporter: for the first time ever, prince harry's hair-raising stunt wowing the crowd. watch this jaw-dropping death-defying stunt. harry weaves in and out flipping the chopper almost all of the way on its back. watch the video again, as the warrior prince cheats gravity and little did the crowd know who the man behind the wheel was. >> if anybody hasn't realized the captain was, it's really prince harry. >> reporter: the crowd shocked. the announcer had to say it again. >> there you have prince harry demonstrating in front of you. >> reporter: showing off his stunts before landing the chopper safely. oh, harry, your talents are limitless. for "good morning amer
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